All content © Steve Jones, 2017
Latest Blog Posts
Welcome to the website of UK Film/Horror academic Dr Steve Jones.
Click on the links for information regarding Steve's research, publications, article transcripts, and professional qualifications.
The Horror Lab
Johnny Walker, Russ Hunter and I have launched a podcast called The Horror Lab, which explores key moments in horror (past and present). The first two episodes are available now on iTunes, Podomatic, Stitcher, Pippa, and RSS. Episode 1 is on Candyman and 90s Horror, and episode 2 is on Bride of Frankenstein and the Gothic. The second episode also features an interview with Xavier Aldana Reyes.
We also recently hosted a workshop for PhDs and Early Career Researchers entitled ‘Researching Horror, Cult and Exploitation Cinema’ in association with The Horror Lab.
Follow us on Twitter @The_HorrorLab
Kurja Polt 2017
I recently returned from Kurja Polt festival (Slovenia), where I had the opportunity to present on my research (as part of their Cult Film conference), introduce two films (Addio Zio Tom  and Thriller: a Cruel Picture ), and conduct a masterclass with Christina Lindberg. Information about the festival is available here, photographs are available here, a video of my talk is available here, and a video of my discussion with Christina Lindberg is available here. The Kurja Polt Facebook page is available here.
Interviews on Horror
Recently I have been interviewed several times for articles on iNews. Here are interviews about Stephen King (article author Mark Butler), space-based horror (article author Finlay Greig) , and racism and horror (article author Mark Butler).
I have just returned from Offscreen (Brussels) where I had the opportunity to speak with Stephen Sayadian about his career in filmmaking (Cafe Flesh, Dr Caligari, Nightdreams) and as Art Director for Hustler.
The festival continues until 26th March. For more information, please visit http://www.offscreen.be/en/offscreen-film-festival-2017
New Article in Film-Philosophy journal
The new issue of Film-Philosophy Journal is out, and features my article "Cartesianism and Intersubjectivity in Paranormal Activity and the Philosophy of Mind".
The journal is open access, so you can read the article here